Academic Affairs sponsors a wide array of events, lectures, and symposia featuring Middlebury faculty.

Middlebury faculty are eager to share their research and creative works to further knowledge and foster conversation. Faculty, students, and staff are encouraged to attend signature events such as the Clifford Symposium, the Fall Faculty Forum, and the Carol Rifelj Faculty Lecture series, as well as additional academic events included in the calendar listings below. For faculty publication information, see individual faculty profiles.

See our faculty meeting calendar.

    Upcoming Events

    • Middlebury College Carillon Series: George Matthew Jr., Carillonneur of Middlebury College and Norwich University

      Middlebury Chapel and surrounding lawns

      Each year, musicians from around the world come to Middlebury to perform in the Middlebury Chapel’s bell tower, soaring high above the College campus. The melodic sounds of the carillon bells are a staple of summer life on the Middlebury College campus. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket! Free

      Learn more at go.middlebury.edu/carillon

      Middlebury Chapel

      Open to the Public
    • Shabbat Celebration

      Come together to welcome Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest, with a service at the Jewish Center on campus. Language School students or students who are working on campus, as well as staff, and faculty are all welcome, regardless of background.

      Jewish Center at the Freeman International Center

      Closed to the Public
    • Middlebury College Carillon Series/Language Schools Commencement Prelude: George Matthew Jr.

      Middlebury Chapel and surrounding lawns

      George Matthew Jr., Carillonneur of Middlebury College and Norwich University Language Schools, performs a special prelude to the Middlebury Language Schools’ Commencement as part of the 37th annual Carillon Series. Each year, musicians from around the world come to Middlebury to perform in the Middlebury Chapel’s bell tower, soaring high above the College campus. The melodic sounds of the carillon bells are a staple of summer life on the Middlebury College campus. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket! Free

      Middlebury Chapel

      Open to the Public
    • Shabbat Celebration

      Come together to welcome Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest, with a service at the Jewish Center on campus. Language School students or students who are working on campus, as well as staff, and faculty are all welcome, regardless of background.

      Jewish Center at the Freeman International Center

      Closed to the Public
    • Calculus Tutoring

      This is a drop-in event for students enrolled in MATH 121 (Calculus I) and MATH 121 (Calculus II). Come work on your coursework and ask our tutors questions about your course material. Drop-in tutoring is a great place to make new friends among your classmates and form study groups.

      Warner 104

    • Weekly Politics Luncheon

      Students and the public are invited to attend this weekly nonpartisan discussion of recent political events, hosted by Professor Matthew Dickinson. Held on most Tuesdays from 12:30-1:30 pm EST. Check the calendar for dates. No expertise assumed. All viewpoints welcome. To register, please contact Prof. Dickinson.

      Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

      Open to the Public
    • Calculus Tutoring

      This is a drop-in event for students enrolled in MATH 121 (Calculus I) and MATH 121 (Calculus II). Come work on your coursework and ask our tutors questions about your course material. Drop-in tutoring is a great place to make new friends among your classmates and form study groups.

      Warner 104

    • Calculus Tutoring

      This is a drop-in event for students enrolled in MATH 121 (Calculus I) and MATH 121 (Calculus II). Come work on your coursework and ask our tutors questions about your course material. Drop-in tutoring is a great place to make new friends among your classmates and form study groups.

      Warner 104

    • Calculus Tutoring

      This is a drop-in event for students enrolled in MATH 121 (Calculus I) and MATH 121 (Calculus II). Come work on your coursework and ask our tutors questions about your course material. Drop-in tutoring is a great place to make new friends among your classmates and form study groups.

      Warner 104

    Event Planning Resources

    • Before planning an event, visit the Office of Event Management for information on all elements of event planning, including catering and crowd control.
    • Media Services can help with your event’s media and technology needs.
    • If you are inviting a foreign national to participate in your event, please contact the Tax Office well in advance.